megalosyndactyly

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megalosyndactyly

 [meg″ah-lo-sin-dak´tĭ-le]
a condition in which the digits are large and more or less webbed or fused together; see also syndactyly.

meg·a·lo·syn·dac·ty·ly

, megalosyndactylia (meg'ă-lō-sin-dak'ti-lē, -dak-til'ē-ă),
Condition of webbed or fused fingers or toes that are of large size.
[megalo- + G. syn, together, + daktylos, finger]

megalosyndactyly

/meg·a·lo·syn·dac·ty·ly/ (meg″ah-lo-sin-dak´tĭ-le) a condition in which the digits are very large and more or less completely grown together.

megalosyndactyly

The presence of enlarged and fused fingers and/or toes.

meg·a·lo·syn·dac·ty·ly

, megalosyndactylia (meg'ă-lō-sin-dak'ti-lē, -sin'dak-til'ē-ă)
Condition of webbed or fused fingers or toes of large size.
[megalo- + G. syn, together, + daktylos, finger]

megalosyndactyly

a condition in which the digits are large and more or less webbed together.